Unfortunate Fortune Mini-Devotional Series

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Unfortunate Fortune

As women, we all struggle in one way or another. Whether there is conflict in our homes, discouragement at the workplace, disconnection from our church family, overcoming divorce, trouble in parenting, or finding intimacy with our spouse, we can all conclude that life can have a way of flipping us upside down or turning us inside out; that’s If We Let It! Life isn’t “bad,” but sometimes our perception is. Yes, some of our experiences have brought us to what we’ve deemed our ultimate low. Some of us have pinned the worst wife, worst mother, worst friend awards to our foreheads and we daily live with that character. We must realize that every trial we face is not merely to see how tough we are, but to bring us closer to our Father in heaven.

This mini devotional series will help us look at the emotional, mental, physical, and social aspects of our troubles and examine how they affect every facet of our lives. Beginning October 3, join us as we discover 4 significant truths found in 2 Corinthians 4:8-9! Prayerfully during this journey, we can all come out with a better understanding of, “We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.”

Experience has taught us to see the negatives in most situation, even if the outcome is favorable. This is because it’s easier to see the bad in things rather than the good. Good news rarely makes news, but we are aiming to allow God to help us change that mindset! Join us and share your thoughts, realizations, concerns, problems, and feedback on the blog! We guarantee you will begin to think differently about the trials you face from now on!


**Stay tuned to learn more about the “Unfortunate Fortune.”**


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1 comments

  1. Much needed. I've been passing to others what is going on with this ladies ministry. It feels good to have a place to come to for up-liftment and encouragement. One thing I like is that the messages are also challenging. I hope you don't get mad for me posting so many times.

    Jean

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